When revising, a dumpster can be quite inspiring.
You can read the background of this piece in Seahorse Byline: Sign of Success. This story originally published in the October 2017 issue of Seahorse Magazine and is reprinted here with permission. In January 2017 two new ‘chiefs’ came to power in the US: our highly visible Commander
Characters often come and go as I get distracted by other things. How then do they maintain such consistency in their smallest quirks?
Half-awake is when I have my best ideas.
Blogging isn’t “cool” anymore, but it’s still worthwhile, at least for me.
Siblings hold up a mirror that reflects back our true self.
I really want to hit that magic publish button, but all the signs are saying: don’t rush this one.
Easy access to self-publishing has definitely changed the industry, but some basic truths still apply.
Help me decide which blurb text will be the most enticing to book buyers.
This morning, paddling out into a very foggy harbor, I was reminded of the comparison between writing and navigation. In either case, as long as you know where you are and can see what’s just in front of you, you can feel your way, step